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Refugees and Greece's Health Crisis

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A migrant boy in a makeshift camp near the Greeek village of Idomeni, March 2016.
Refugees and Greece's Health Crisis
The Neglect of Migrants Could Lead to an Epidemic
By Sonia Shah
Barack Obama and King Salman in Riyadh, April 2016
The Future of U.S.-Saudi Relations
The Kingdom and the Power
By F. Gregory Gause III
A man walks out from a destroyed mosque that was burnt down in recent violence at Thapyuchai village, outside of Thandwe, in the Rakhine state, October 3, 2013.
Myanmar's Religious Problem
How to Deal With Discrimination
By Susan Hayward and Matthew J. Walton
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A Better Way to Counter Violent Extremism
States are beginning to make countering violent extremism a policy priority—but donors supporting those efforts are bogged down with funding and coordination problems. There is a better way.
By Khalid Koser and Eric Rosand
A Climate Victory in the Making
In a deal that could be reached this fall, climate negotiators are amending the Montreal Protocol, the treaty that led governments to phase out ozone-destroying chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), so that it covers hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, as well.
By Jennifer M. Harris
Two Options for South Sudan
South Sudan is on the brink of civil war. The UN wants to send troops and create an arms embargo.
By Aditi Gorur and Rachel Stohl
Policing Kashmir
Under-equipped and poorly trained Indian police are heightening tensions in Kashmir
By Christine Mehta
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